What does it mean when airlines behave unfairly towards customers? And why should we all be worried that they’re about to be a lot more deceptive? Listen in to find out.
Major cuts extending beyond China and beyond planes. Plus old enemies are friends and another dream of beds in long-haul economy…C’mon in!
Is the US market ready for another commercial airline? Serial aviation founder David Neeleman is ready to give it another go, and Breeze hopes to fly later this year.
As governments and the traveling public continue to respond to the corona virus outbreak in China it is spectacularly unclear who, if anyone, is coordinating a coherent global response. Hooray!
A quick getaway to Wuppertal was on the agenda this week. It vaguely worked, though none of the three hosts got to or fro exactly as planned.
A new CEO in the wings and a super technical success top this week’s topics, plus Bhutan and a follow-up on what evacuation simulations are really like.
When ultra long haul just isn’t enough, welcome to ludicrous haul. Plus some time spent with United executives, more delays from Boeing and more orders for Airbus.
A bad week for many United Airlines frequent flyer members and probably an even worse week for Boeing lead this weeks show. Plus SIM cards and South America and swanky Starlux.
No, really, some love for the old LaGuardia leads off this week’s show. Plus some new plane types, strike compensation and a mistake connecting in Cairo.
Strikes happen. In aviation the impact can be dramatic, but usually it gets figured out well enough. British Airways managed to throw that playbook out the window this week, however.